The Alvin Animal Adoption Center is a division of the Alvin Police Department. We employ three full-time Animal Control Officers, three full-time Kennel Techs, and one Shelter Manager - each of our employees is compassionate toward animals and love helping our pets find their forever home. Volunteers and sponsors always welcome.
Emergency Calls go through the Police Dispatch at Clute's 9-1-1 Service.
Payments may be recieved at the EMS office 8:00 till 5:00, Monday through Friday.
Your monthly contribution of $3.50 on your water bill helps the City provide this service.
Operates from Sweeny Community Hospital. Providing ambulance and emergency medical service to 35,000 people, the EMS serves a combined 1,200-square-mile area that includes Sweeny, Brazoria, the hospital district, and many outlying communities.
The mission of the City of Freeport Police Department is to Protect…Serve…Model Integrity…Demonstrate Professionalism all while enhancing the quality of life of our residents by providing police services through shared responsibility with the public. The members of this department – sworn and civilian – accomplish our mission by embodying our values in both our professional and personal lives.
Was your boat sunk or lost as a result of Hurricane Harvey? The General Land Office is working with the U.S. Coast Guard to helping people with their displaced or sunken commercial and recreational vessels. Fill out a form (at the link below) or call the Hurricane Harvey vessel owner hotline at 877-458-9377 and get a response within 24 hours.
The City of Pearland Animal Services and Adoption Center is here to protect animals and promote pet adoptions. We have a staff of 10 professionally trained people who are dedicated to serving the public and local animals.
The SPCA of Brazoria County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to leading Brazoria County to a time when there are no more homeless pets in our community. Founded in 1974, the SPCA-BC has operated the Southern Brazoria County Animal Shelter since 2003. The Shelter is an open admission facility serving the Cities of Freeport, Clute and Lake Jackson.
A stranded sea turtle is one that is found on land or in the water dead, injured, sick, or exhibiting usual behavior. One of the most well-known examples of mass strandings is when cold-stunned sea turtles strand during winter months on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
The Animal Control Department is dedicated to:
Protecting the citizens of West Columbia from rabies
Reducing the incidence of animal-inflicted injuries by promoting responsible pet ownership through public education
Enforcing animal control laws
Keeping the City free of deceased animals on the roadway
The Animal Control Department provides:
Animal reporting procedures
Pet licensing and permits
Spay / neuter information